This year, for the first time, students from the Greater Bay Area will be joining in to present their research alongside local students. Also, for the first time, the TEd Summit will be live-streamed to enable an external audience to enter the MGM MACAU conference venue virtually.
We are delighted to inform you that the TEd Summit 2021 e-Proceedings has been published and is now available on our website. Volume 6 of this ongoing publication includes the extended abstracts from all TEd Summit invitees to the 2021 event.
IFTM has claimed a prestigious PATA Gold Award for Human Capital Development. The Gold Award was in recognition of the value of the Institute? annual Tourism Education Student Summit ??the TEd Summit.
IFTM hosted this year's 5th annual TEd Summit-2020 virtually on 27 May. This full-day event is an opportunity for IFTM's top 44 graduating BSc students to share their research findings with industry leaders and the community at large.
IFTM is holding its fifth annual Tourism Education Student Summit (TEd Summit) on 27 May, but with an amended format. This is the first TEd Summit taking place online, due to the fact that precautions related to the Covid-19 pandemic have prevented large group gatherings.
The Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) is collaborating with the Galaxy Entertainment Group in hosting this year's 4th annual Tourism Education Student Summit event (TEd Summit-2019) on 29 May. This full-day event is an opportunity for IFT's top 50 graduating BSc students to share their research findings with industry leaders and the community at large.
This is a full-day event held on 13 June 2018. The TEd Summit 2018 is an opportunity for the top 20% of graduating students to showcase their research findings.
IFT student Joanne Yu received an award for the best presentation at the 7th International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management (ICITM 2018).
June 21, 2017 marks the fourth Tourism Education Student Summit event (TEd Summit-Spring 2017), hosted by the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT).
IFT graduate Cindy Xiao presented in June at the 3rd Global Tourism and Hospitality Conference in Hong Kong a research paper on the impacts of travel insurance on travel decision making.
Undergraduate theses were completed by 121 IFT students in the first semester of academic year 2016/17. The findings of the best theses were presented at the third Tourism Education Student Summit (TEd Summit), held in January. Best Paper Award scholarships were given to 4 students.